Have You Been Charged with Violating Your Probation?
If you have previously been convicted of a crime and placed on parole, then you are already well aware of the stress that accompanies criminal convictions. If after your conviction, you are then accused of probation violation, you will then be facing an exponentially more difficult situation. If convicted of violating your parole, you will then be facing additional penalties, such as jail time. You have already suffered from a criminal charge, you cannot risk your future even more by leaving yourself unprotected in a situation such as this.
Attorney Charles Crafts understands the fear associated with crimes of this nature and is completely dedicated to ensuring that his clients are given the dynamic, comprehensive legal advice that they deserve. He will do everything that he can to keep his clients informed and involved every step of the way. If you choose to secure our legal assistance at Charles Crafts, Attorney at Law, you can breathe easier knowing that everything that can be done to protect your rights will be done.